One minute you’re admiring Palladio’s façade on San Giorgio Maggiore and the next you’re striking a Warrior pose on fondamente as other...
Chiesa di Sant’Eufemia
Four women saints were crowded under the roof of the original AD 890 church here, but Sts Dorothy, Tecla and Erasma weren’t as big a...
Former Chiesa di SS Cosma e Damiano
The deconsecrated church of Saints Cosma and Damiano.
The experimental theatre of Venice's acting academy, nicknamed Teatro Formaggino (Little Cheese), seats 150 around its three-sided...
Trattoria Ai Cacciatori
'The Hunter' is the oldest inn on Giudecca, so called after the hunters who bagged lagoon waterfowl for the tasty duck ragù. Other hail...
Fondamenta al Ponte Piccolo 448 · interesting places nearby
La Palanca information
Lunchtime competition for canalside tables is stiff, but the views of the Zattere make tagliolini ai calamaretti (narrow ribbon pasta with tiny calamari) and swordfish carpaccio with orange zest. At €7 to €9 for plates of pasta, you’ll be forking over half what diners pay along the waterfront in San Marco. Dinner is not served, but you can get cicheti (bar snacks) right up to closing time.